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Old 07-21-2008, 08:36 AM   #21
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I seen the pee pee tee pee's at motherhood maternity!

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Old 07-21-2008, 08:53 AM   #22
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I seen the pee pee tee pee's at motherhood maternity!
Along the same lines are wee blocks that BRU sells.
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Old 07-21-2008, 01:12 PM   #23
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Yeah, that was a little creepy. It reminded me of a weird s3x documentary that I saw where people would pretend they were horses.

Why I kept watching I honestly don't know.
Bones did an episode of the horse...lovers? yeah, that daddle thing seems a bit too...creepy for use with children. that and the "po-knee".

and wth is up with the neck pool thing??? who would out a baby in that??? and what is is for?
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Old 07-21-2008, 03:02 PM   #24
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Too funny! I would be so over the mop thing. Does anyone know where to get one? It would actually help keep my house clean. what with me being all lazy and all
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Old 07-21-2008, 03:15 PM   #25
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Bones did an episode of the horse...lovers? yeah, that daddle thing seems a bit too...creepy for use with children. that and the "po-knee".

and wth is up with the neck pool thing??? who would out a baby in that??? and what is is for?
That episode of Bones is exactly what I thought of when I saw the "Daddle" !

The Po-Knee is kinda cute though.

And WTF is up with the baby heels ? That is just wrong. I dont even put the little toddler shoes with heels on DD to go with her dresses !
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The baby mop is sooooo funny, but the neck ring scares me!

We had one of the bucktooth pacis (it's still around here somewhere). My DS looked hilarious with it but it was heavy so it was hard for him to keep in his mouth. Thus, why it's lost in the house somewhere lol.

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The Swimming Neck Ring is insane! Almost everything else is just funny (and a couple even useful). My parents bought my kid one of those hillbilly binks, we never used it but got a picture of him with it and sent it to them.

I'm actually FAR more disturbed at the comments, anyone read them? Talking about crazy...
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Oh, and those "baby heels" are meant to be funny I think. They are soft shoes, not like normal adult high heels.
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If anyone remembers my post week before last about dh and I and his huge expectations.. I think I have found the answer!!! THE BABY MOP!!!

No really - those are hilarious and so wrong on so many different levels.
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So where can I get one of those things to hang a baby on the door?? I was working on inventing one of those for the shower

And I thought the saddle thing was cute, until of course I thought of it in perverted terms. How sad is that, that everything has to be turned into something perverted- esp kid's stuff
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